Those two pictures are of the same piece of the sky. (You can click on the mangnifying glass to see it bigger.) The bottom one seems crisper and clearer, and indeed it’s a beautiful and special picture. But the top one is something quite revolutionary: it’s from the new gamma ray telescope called HESS in the Namibian desert, the telescope that can “see” the highest frequency radiation in the world.
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